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Colorado Divorce - How Does Child Support Differ for Disabled Children?

Colorado law requires that parents pay child support until their child is legally emancipated, i.e., the earliest of when the child turns 19, graduates from high school, joins the military, gets ...
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Colorado Divorce - How are Student Loan Debts Distributed after a Divorce?

Student loans: unfortunately in this day and age, most of us have them regardless of our age. You may be wondering what happens when you go through a divorce, particularly whether your student loan ...
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Colorado Divorce - No Fault Divorce

The concept of the “no-fault divorce” was originated in California in 1970. “No-fault divorces” were originated because it did not seem to make sense to force people to stay in ...
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Colorado Family Law: Too Young to Marry?

Laws in the United States, for most states, set 18 as the minimum age for an individual to be able to get married. However, each state has exceptions that would allow individuals younger than 18 years ...
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Colorado Divorce - Gray Divorce

There is a common misconception that divorce is for the young or those who are going through a mid-life crisis. However, in America, there has been a growing trend of older couples who have made it ...
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Colorado Divorce - Splitting the Pot of Marriage Assets and Income

During a divorce, one of the most difficult concepts for any person to grasp is the lack of available money necessary to support both parties. This is the result of splitting the pot as some may say - ...
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Colorado Divorce - Domestic Violence and Protection Orders:

http://www.denverpost.com/2017/02/15/denver-homicides-2016/ As the above article sets forth, domestic violence in the Denver area is on the rise. Society’s stressful environment is flooding into ...
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Charles Feldmann Recognized as Two Years 10 Best Family Law Attorney

We are pleased to announce that Attorney Charles Feldmann, founding partner of Feldmann Nagel, LLC, has been nominated and accepted for the recognition of Two Years 10 Best Family Law Attorney by the ...
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Colorado Divorce and Common Law Marriage for Same-Sex Couples: What is the Law?

In Colorado, the courts will use a variety of factors to determine whether a couple is common-law married. For Colorado to recognize that a common law marriage exists, the couple must: Cohabitate, ...
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Wine or Weed: Colorado Custody Rights and the Effect on Children

In States where marijuana has been legalized, courts are beginning to view marijuana use similarly to how it views alcohol use. The issue is whether the use of marijuana negatively affects a ...
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What's Next for AshleyMadison.com?

Who could forget AshleyMadison.com, the website that was hacked last year revealing the data of 32 million users across the country. This breach cost Avid Life Media, which has been renamed Ruby, more ...
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Colorado Protection Orders: Dealing with False Allegations of Abuse and Meritless Protection Orders

By: James S. Margulis If a disgruntled significant other files false charges of abuse against you and obtains a “temporary protection order” (TPO), taking immediate action is important in ...
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The Differences between Divorce and Legal Separation in Colorado

There are a few differences between divorce and legal separation in Colorado. If you are thinking about pursuing a legal separation rather than a divorce (dissolution of marriage), it is important to ...
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Colorado Child Custody and Support - Jurisdiction in Child Custody/Support Matters

Child custody cases involving parents that live in two different states can present additional complications to the already difficult process of a child custody proceeding. The Court must determine if ...
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Social Media's Role in Divorce and Other Family Law Proceedings

The use of social media is a hot topic in the family law arena. Over recent years, evidence from social media sites we use daily have been used in all sorts of family law proceedings. For example, ...
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What Does Colorado Law Say About Paternity Claims?

Colorado law (C.R.S. 19-4-105) outlines the following information about paternity claims: A man is presumed to be the biological father of a child if one of the following is shown to be true: He and ...
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Colorado Divorce - Monitored Sobriety and Parenting Time

In every Family Law case in Colorado (whether it is a Divorce case with children, or a Paternity/Allocation of Parental Responsibilities case), a Parenting Plan will ultimately be put in place to ...
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Denver, Colorado - Estimated 70,000 Ashley Madison Users Revealed in Colorado

By Amy Johnson, Esq. When the website AshleyMadison.com was hacked last week, the data of 32 million users across the country were revealed. The now-infamous website promotes extramarital affairs with ...
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Colorado Parenting Time - Is Equal Parenting Time in the Best Interest of the Children

In Colorado, there is certainly a trend that parents have equal parenting time in divorce and allocation of parental responsibility cases. Though it sounds like a great idea, often times it is not ...
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Colorado Divorce - The Pope Says it is OK in Extreme Cases

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/06/28/pope-francis-says-marital-splits-sometimes-ok-in-extreme-cases.html?source=TDB&via=FB_Page# This fascinating article above sets forth Pope ...
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Divorce Rate Drops in the United States

By Jennifer Workman, Esq. It is no longer true that the divorce rate is rising, or that half of all marriages end in divorce. It has not been for some time. In fact, the divorce rate peaked in the ...
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Colorado Divorce - So You Want to Get Divorced - Now You Have to Tell Your Spouse

By Amy Johnson, Esq. Once you have made the difficult decision that divorce is the appropriate choice for you and your family at this time, you have to face a long process ahead of you. The first step ...
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A Divorce is a Business Transaction

By Jim Margulis, Esq. The above article points out some critical errors that are made when it comes to the financial aspects of a divorce case. I want to focus on number 4 which is, “seeking ...
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Colorado Summer Parenting Time Switch - How to Make the Transition Positive

By Amy Johnson, Esq. With summer vacation quickly approaching for Colorado schoolchildren, many co-parents are anticipating a significant change in parenting time. Some parents need to prepare for an ...
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COLORADO - CHILD TESTIMONY IN CHILD CUSTODY CASES

By James S. Margulis, Esq. This article is a good look at the possibility of your child testifying in your Family Law Case: ...
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